Title

Experiences and challenges in mental health research and practice during COVID-19: Perspectives from emerging psychologists across five countries

Document Type

Letter to the Editor

Publication Title

Asian Journal of Psychiatry

Volume

65

PubMed ID

34419720

Publisher

Elsevier

School

Kurongkurl Katitjin / School of Arts and Humanities

RAS ID

43556

Comments

Simon, P. D., Adams, C., Goh, M. C. W., Suhaimi, A. F., & Hassem, T. (2021). Experiences and challenges in mental health research and practice during COVID-19: Perspectives from emerging psychologists across five countries [Letter]. Asian Journal of Psychiatry, 65, article 102813. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.ajp.2021.102813

Abstract

The recently concluded International Congress of Psychology 2020+ brought together psychologists from different countries and various cultural backgrounds. A fundamental part of the congress is the Emerging Psychologists’ Program. The program provided a valuable platform for early career researchers across different countries, cultures and fields to exchange knowledge, communicate and collaborate. This article comes from the perspective of the Emerging Psychologists Program participants consisting of early career psychology researchers and practitioners from Malaysia, Philippines, South Africa, Singapore, and Australia. This article highlights the challenges and learnings gained through our doctoral research journey. We are hoping our experiences are of relevance to students of mental health, clinicians, and researchers, consistent with your journal’s mission to be a conduit for dissemination of information across the Asian countries and to and from the rest of the world (Tandon, 2020).

DOI

10.1016/j.ajp.2021.102813

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